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Propagation of light elements in the galaxy

  title={Propagation of light elements in the galaxy},
  author={Igor V. Moskalenko and A. W. Strong and Stepan Georgievich Mashnik and Frank Culver Jones},
The origin and evolution of isotopes of the lightest elements d, He-3, Li, Be, and B in the universe is a key problem in such fields as astrophysics of CR, Galactic evolution, non-thermal nucleosynthesis, and cosmological studies. One of the major sources of these species is spallation by CR nuclei in the interstellar medium. On the other hand, it is the Boron/Carbon ratio in CR and Be-10 abundance which are used to fix the propagation parameters and thus spallation rate. We study production… 

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